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What is your favorite High School Musical film?
High School Musical 29%  29%  [ 5 ]
High School Musical 2 18%  18%  [ 3 ]
High School Musical 3: Senior Year 29%  29%  [ 5 ]
All of the above 12%  12%  [ 2 ]
High School Musical & High School Musical 2 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
High School Musical & High School Musical 3: Senior Year 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
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I'm not big on these films, but I don't dislike them either. I've seen how little kids love the characters and songs and think it's cool they're having fun with them. As for myself, I do like the Status Quo song from the first one. Image

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Twenty years from now, it'll be a nostalgic memory for most of them, just as "Saved by the Bell" is for us.

You young whipper-snappers! *shakes cane* I've typically said it's the Grease of the current generation, minus the adult themes. ;) :lol:


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The only thing I enjoy about these movies, is
Vanessa Hudchen's nude photo circulate around the web as a result of her fame. Hot stuff. :D
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Don't forget Ashley Tisdale's... Ashley Tisdaleness. :wink:

Another thing I enjoyed about the High School Musical franchise is when Phil Dunphy danced to "We're All in This Together" in the Modern Family pilot, just for the sake of Phil.

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I like all three, (and they're the only DCOMs I would own-- and I do, on Blu-ray) but I gotta say the third one is the best by far! I like the first one 2nd best, and then the second one the least.

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The first film was the best one and I think they should've left it alone after that. The second one was only so-so. A great soundtrack but only tolerable because Sharpay really stole the show. But HS3 was just downright terrible and hard to sit through.


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I used to really like the first film. I even went to the trouble of buying the CD and DVD. The second one was pretty terrible, but for some reason I bought the Blu-ray (it was probably cheaper or I had a coupon and recently switched to Blu-ray). I never saw the third one believing it would be as craptastic as the second film. I can't even remember the last time I watched either the first or second film.

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Super Aurora wrote:
Goliath wrote:
Duckburger wrote:
The only thing I enjoy about these movies, is
Vanessa Hudchen's nude photo circulate around the web as a result of her fame. Hot stuff. :D


I still have it in my porn file folder. I don't fap to it that much anymore.

rotfl Thanks for keeping us updated on your fapping habits! :D

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Lol. Yeah, I've seen that photo. That girl is crazy for putting that stuff online.

I don't think *she* put that online herself. It was meant for her boyfriend and somehow it got leaked? Didn't she apologize for it? That was stupid. It was private business.


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I used to really like the first film. I even went to the trouble of buying the CD and DVD. The second one was pretty terrible, but for some reason I bought the Blu-ray (it was probably cheaper or I had a coupon and recently switched to Blu-ray). I never saw the third one believing it would be as craptastic as the second film. I can't even remember the last time I watched either the first or second film.


I highly recommend seeing the third film. I think it has a great story and soundtrack.


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Ashley Tisdale should play Glinda if a Wicked movie evet gets made.


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I'd rank them:

1. HSM2
2. HSM3
3. HSM

HSM2 is still the only one I re-visit once in a blue moon. Sharpay and Ryan were at their best in this movie, and I liked its songs (I Don't Dance, Fabulous, Bet On It) although HSM3 probably has the best soundtrack overall.

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I've never stopped listening to the 3 HSM soundtracks; they're still in heavy rotation for me even after all these years. I don't watch the films much these days, but I did watch HSM3 a few months ago, and it was just as great as always (except the flaws stick out like a sore thumb, but I still love it).

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